Raised in a witness family? No choice? There's always a choice, albeit some times a painful one. Emotional blackmail is hard to deal with and at a time a young person is still dependent on their parents financially. I personally abhor baptism of people under the age of 18. So many seemingly less important decision (marriage, driving, getting a job, contracts, etc.) require your parents' permission. So wait, and wait some more. Don't let your parents or the elders pressure you.
I have noticed that JWs focus on getting at people when la oved one has died, or lost a job, have serious health problems or family problems, are concerned about current events. Or promise true friends at the KH. This is one aspect of a cult I can see demonstrated here.
I knew a man who studied, came to the meetings, made progress, was baptized. He said as soon as he came up out of the water, the elders no longer had time for him. Then after about 6 months, they were his friends again because they wanted him to do things around the KH. How many ex-brothers (or brothers) found that when they stepped aside from the elder/MS duties that their contact with the brothers dropped dramatically?
It's all emotional blackmail.